23) Clockwork "worship" by rote
in the Liturgy
Sins of the Liturgy .
The Orthodox Liturgy is so filled with sin, it is necessary to be careful to isolate each. It was created to exert control, thus to emphasize a false authority, and to display to the public their various witchcraft ceremonies that are at the centre of their false claim to authority.
They are very many, here are a few:
1) A long formularization of church meetings, characterized by churchianity practices.
That is the sin dealt with here.
Other sins inextricably tied into it are:
2) The blasphemy of the Orthodox type of mass, epiklesis, and false claims of metousiosis (a fake hocus pocus cheap magic trick that ought to fool no one). see sin 45)
3) Clockwork worship by rote, instead of in the Spirit worship.
4) Usurping Christ, by taking the place of Jesus in a "Song of Solomon" style imitation church service, complicated as such by the fact that the people assembled have been so corrupted by man made priestcraft ceremonies they are not "The Bride" but rather a Daughter of the Mother of Harlots, Rome, and her Empire, from which their harlot practices sprang (even the fashions of their unbiblical uniforms spring from the Roman Empire). see sin 139)
1) Liturgy of St. James
2) Divine Liturgy of St. Basil the Great
3) Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom
4) Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts - a vesperal service
Other Divine Liturgies
5) Divine Liturgy of St. Mark
6) Divine Liturgy of St. Tikhon - Western-rite Orthodox of the Antiochian church.
7) Divine Liturgy of Peter the Apostle - also known as the Sarum Rite .
8) Divine Liturgy according to St. Germanus of Paris .
The Catholics and Oriental Orthodox have their own list of liturgies, so, if they were all originally one church, why do they not all use the "early liturgies"? The fact is this fake form of worship and sacerdotalist salvation in the form of a liturgy had nothing to do with the early church, it was a comparatively late development, even Brad Jersak admitted this in an interview with Bruxy Cavey.